The preparation of Saba dates back to the Roman ages with the Roman cook Apicius proof of this as he used it as a natural sweetener.
It is made from 100% Italian apples that has been slowly cooked down until it is thick and the flavor has become sweet and tart and it gives off an aroma of caramelized fruit.
It can be used with fresh cheese or Parmigiano Reggiano, on grilled pieces of polenta, over crushed ice for an excellent sorbet, on ice cream, with milk and ice for an energizing shake, with warm milk as an excellent home remedy for sore throats, or on melba toast with honey for an invigorating breakfast.
Nutrition FactsServing Size 1 Tablespoon (15ml)
Servings Per Package: 33.3 Amount Per Serving
Cooked Must, Grape Must Vinegar, Matured and Refined in Small Oak Wooden Casks.
CONTAINS NATURAL SULPHITES.